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With the FDA’s deadline for compliance with the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) rapidly approaching, it is important for pharmaceutical manufacturers to find a way to comply with these regulations. The Sea Vision compact workstation helps manufacturers to be ready in time for the DSCSA’s final deadline of November 27th, 2023.
The workstation is designed to manage the serialization of cartons and multi-level aggregation on cases and pallets all at once, allowing for quick and efficient compliance. In fact, the station manages the printing and checking of the variable data and codes to serialize cartons.
Plus, the presence of a built-in label printer allows parent-child aggregation to be performed up to the pallet level, and partial cases and pallets can also be managed.
At PACK EXPO Las Vegas, Sea Vision also will have a demo station equipped with a hardware kit and a software program (usually installed on vial or syringe filling and capping machines, as well as on syringe assembly machines) to show the real-time detection of:
- vial crimping defects
- flip-off caps and their correct color
- stoppers and their correct position
- caps and their position
- syringe assembly defects
- labels and their correct application
The inspection solution has been designed to meet quality control and product integrity needs by identifying and reporting the presence of defective products to the packaging machinery in order to prevent them from being distributed.